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incumbent scott brown and elizabeth warren. you can see that live at 7:00 p.m. eastern here on c-span. and after that, we will go west to nebraska. that will start live at 8:00 eastern, and you can listen to both of those debates on c-span radio or watch them on line. and later tonight, mitt romney holds a campaign rally in denver. he is scheduled to speak at the air and space museum. it is the last public event before the presidential debate on wednesday. you can see his comments live at 9:15 eastern on c-span2. >> china has cheated. i will finally do something the president has not been willing to do, which is to call them on the carpet for it and label chided a manipulator. >> we have made more changes against china in our term than the previous administration has done in two, and, by the way, we are winning in those states. >> you can watch and engage with c-span with our live debate preview, followed by two ways to watch the debate lies. on c-span, both candidates on screen during the entire event, and then the multi camera version, and falling, your reaction. follow our liv
have i been too soft on? how about kelsey warren, chairman/ceo of energy transfer partners. the stocky hate the most on my charitable trust. this is a remarkably poor performer. it's 8% plus yield. can't break the fall. why have they become such a loser? warren, ceo, lacks discipline. keeps buying and buying, piling debt on top of deb, thereby forcing his company to do equity deals, like he did after coming on this show and moved the stock higher with promises of good growth in 2013. talk about shameful behavior. my charitable trust wants to see what happens when the sunoco acquisition closings, which could happen next month. he hopes that will get them out of the natural gas deal he dug. i've lost faith in his leadership because he cannot grow distribution despite all the deals he's done. he's done the impossible. he's created an oil and gas pipeline that should have taken advantage of all the new finds of oil and gas in this country, like mark west, kinder morgan, enterprise partners, he should be raising distribution while growing earnings along with the industry but now he's given
? who have i been too soft on? how about kelsey warren, the chairman and ceo of energy transfer partners, the stock i hate the most of all the names on my charitable trust. that's right. he's been on the show many times. this has been a remarkably poor performer, it's 8% plus yield can't even seem to break the fall. why has etp become such a loser? i think it's pretty simple. warren, the ceo seems to be lacking discipline. he keeps buying and buying and buying things, he can't seem to stop himself. piling debt on top of debt, forcing his company to do equity deals like the one right after coming on this show and helping to move the stock higher with the promises of good growth in 2013. talk about shameful behavior. now, i will say this, i'm wary of telling you to sell energy transfer partners right here when my charitable trust has dug in its heels. hoping he'll get the company out of the hole he's dug. i believe the stock can pop. but warren has not been able to grow the distribution. i say he's done the impossible. created an oil and gas pipeline company that should've been able to tak
brown and elizabeth warren. later, a debate for the candidates for senator in nebraska. today's newspaper features a front-page article on ross perot. we travel to the office thursday to report the interview the article is based on. now this is an hour. goo [captioning performed by national captioning institute] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2012] >> ross perot, i want to know how long has it been since you have been in the public 5. >> i have been in the public five about the national debt and the country and not cause problems -- in the public eye about the national debt and the country's problems. >> has it been too long since somebody like you commanded public attention so you could get the public to understand these sorts of issues? >> i am not in a good position to say that, but we need to clearly describe what has happened and what we need to do to get this under control, and right now everybody is dancing around eight as opposed to facing it. if you have cancer, the first thing you want to do is they said. we have economic cancer at this point -- i
at 10:15. and elizabeth warren making headlines again, but do you remember this? >> in this country, who got rich on his own, nobody. you built a factory out there good for you, but i want to be clear, you moved your goods to markets on the roads to paid for. >> the woman who started the income envy debate with that rant. turns out she was getting paid by a steel company and that against the unions. could it be true? and that's not all. questions whether she's licensed to practice law. that is just one of our new at ten stories. and then we have barnes & noble. it's got a lighter and thinner e-reader. so, nicole, is the stock up? >> oh, yeah, the stock is up lighter, thinner, high def. you want 7 inches, you want 9 inches, want to be able to read in the dark and do you want a strong tablet at a lower price to compete with apple? this is the pitch and the stock is up 3%. stuart: and have you considered doing commercials, nicole. no, no, don't do that. >> not yet. stuart: the tou is indeed dead flat. we are at a 7 point gain, that's all we have got. 13-4 to be precise. we want to hear from
and his democratic challenge elizabeth warren face off in the second of four debates for that u.s. senate seat up there. david gregory will moderate it comes as new boston globe poll shows warren inching slightly ahead, 43% to 38%. still 18% of voters remain undecided there. the same poll conducted in may gave senator brown a two-point lead. >>> still ahead on "way too early," wow were the new york jets bad yesterday. shutout, blownout, injured on their home field. rex ryan's press game post conference the only highlight of the day. >>> and an incredible comeback by team europe at ryder cup. the united states entered sunday with a big lead and it's big guns on the course. we'll show you what happened in sports. all that and a check on weather when "way too early" comes right back. >> there are a few people in the house who would rather we did this some other way. we've tried other ways. i say to my friends in the house of representatives, we've got to get this done. >> we're confident the way we got this package will work in the senate. we're optimistic it will work in the house. jack, yo
and make native war advice to elizabeth warren's cherokee defense. brown has not confirmed or denied it but here's what he said. >> this is the first time i'm hearing of it, but i know we had a lot of rallies. so i don't know what you're specifically referring to, but if you're saying that, certainly that's not something i condone. it's somethingly something that if i am aware of ill, i'll check into it. but the real issue here is and the real offense is the fact that professor warren checked the box. she said that she was white, and then she checked the box saying she was native american and then she changed her profile in the law directly once she attained her tenure. that's quite offensive to native americans and something that she should release in her records. >> doubled down in a commercial and i for the live of me can't figure out why they're debating this in massachusetts and why he's debating this. >> what i would add is that elizabeth warren within 24 hours had her own ad which suggest thad the war rinne campaign doesn't want to just leave it out there, they they're concern
aides did in appearing on this video where they were mocking elizabeth warren for her native-american heritage. that is apology sufficient and should this be an issue in this campaign? >> certainly it's up to the people of massachusetts to determine that. they have watched this race, they have seen scott brown tell people to take a look at elizabeth warren to determine her heritage, which is frankly offensive to me, people in massachusetts will make that determination. but i will say this. again, we have a race where elizabeth warren is fighting for the values that american families care about, making sure we all have an opportunity that our kids all have access to education, that medicare and medicaid are there for our families within we need them and that's the difference in the election and i believe strongly that elizabeth will do well in massachusetts in november. >> senator patty murray, thank you very much. thanks for being with us today. >>> and developing now, on "andrea mitchell reports," we are watching the united nations where israel's prime minister, benjamin net
into it. but the real issue here is and the real offense is the fact that professor warren checked the box. she said that she was whe, a en ced b sg she was native american and then she changed her profile in the law directly once she attained her tenure. that's quite offensive to native americans and something thathe should releasen her records. doubled down a commercial and i for the live of me can't figure out why they're debating this in massachusetts and why he's debating this. >> what i would add is that elizabeth warren within 24 hours ha her own ad whh est adarin campaign doesn't want to just leave it out there, they they're concerned enough to have her respond to camry to say this is how it went down, i didn't ask about my native american heritage. i agree with you. at a time like, there it does not seem like an -- >> one issue to quickly button this down because we opened the show with this. barack obama has tweeted nfl fans on both hands of the aisle hope the nfl referee lockout is over soo that's the tweet two the president. we have to leave it ther bntd, chris. that's it. i'm
warren about her alleged native american heritage. the question is who has the edge for the last month of this back and forth
are caught on video doing the tomahawk chop to mark dubious claims by he lez beth warren that she is part native-american. do the voters care about any of this? it's "way too early" for this. good morning. i'm willie geist. this is "way too early" the show after further review is still way too damn early. i'm glad you're up watching us or listening live. you can e-mail me as always. you can tweet me to the answer the question why are you awake. or you can text the word awake followed by your response. we'll read the best responses next. the next 30 minutes will be the cram session for this thursday, september 27th. a lot to tell you about
. go aad >> throughout the campaign, mark halperin, warren has delivered an unabashed populist message. she firstade the common-sense case that no one succeeded alone. that successful businesspeople depend on what we've built rcoandrart to cate wk deliver their oducts, a rule of law vital to working markets. this isn't a radical notion, but when adopted and badly phrased by president obama, it sparked the frenzied republican "we built it" campaign. warren will focus on the core issues and ask massachusetts voters to decide who is o their . if, she'll not only lead a new generation of progressive reformers into the senate, but also begin to teach democrats how to fight for working people once more." mark? >> vanden heuvel, not ratner, on that. >> not ratner. spe don't he rr hto >>ust game out what's going on a little bit if the president stays ahead in these leads and polls, republicans may turn to an argument we've seen made in pa campaigns which is we need a check on thepresident. you've got toote for scott bbtanaramse we don't want a now, the president might argue -- and democrats w
-read opinion page. katrina vanden heuvel in "the washington post" writes this. elizabeth warren, the people's champion. >> i'm sorry, go ahead. go ahead. no, it's all right. i was just thinking about a joke i heard yesterday. go ahead. >> throughout the campaign, mark halperin, warren has delivered an unabashed populist message. she first made the common-sense case that no one succeeded alone. that successful businesspeople depend on what we've built together, an educated work force, roads and transport to deliver their products, a rule of law vital to working markets. this isn't a radical notion, but when adopted and badly phrased by president obama, it sparked the frenzied republican "we built it" campaign. warren will focus on the core issues and ask massachusetts voters to decide who is on their side. and if she wins, she'll not only lead a new generation of progressive reformers into the senate, but also begin to teach democrats how to fight for working people once more." mark? >> vanden heuvel, not ratner, on that. >> not ratner. >> we don't have ratner here to dispute. >> just to gam
, thank you for being with us. we have warren decker. joining us from boston, a professor alan schroeder. he has 50 -- 50 years of high risk tv. what makes a good debate and a good debater? >> i think the difference between a really good debate from my standpoint, intercollegiate debate, and debates we see at the presidential level is that a really good debate would be characterized by some depth of clash and arguments back and forth between the two. a lot of that is missing from presidential debate. the testing of ideas comes from that clash. without that clash, i think the debates to not serve quite the punch. in presidential debates, the primary function they serve is to fill in the blanks in between, give the challenger and opportunity to be on the same stage, as laura was indicating. they serve a valuable function. comparing them to the types of debates at the collegiate level is unfair, i think. >> alan schroeder, you called this a high risk television. why? >> it is a television show more than a traditional debate. a debate is the word we have used. back in 1961 they were doing th
warren, michigan. the arsenal for the second world war. henry ford built a b-25 bomber every 55 minutes. anyhow, it's cabot oil and gas. >> i'd hold on to it. let's go to lucy, like lucy the elephant in new jersey when i was growing up in margate. go ahead, lucy. >> caller: this is lucy from wayne. >> great paintball. i'm sorry. >> caller: thanks for taking my call. i wanted to ask you today about dex. >> oh, boy. i don't know where to begin. this thing is a one-way ticket to a lack of paradise. uggs have definitely peaked. the tom brady uggs not doing that well, he had a good game yesterday. if martinez were to come on the show we'd feel a heck of a lot better. we need to hear from management. that's what going to turn the tide. i need to go to harlan in washington. >> caller: hey, jim, vancouver boo-yah to you. i have celgene and the stock has moved up so much. do you still have a strong buy on them? >> i like it and we're getting some good news out of europe. i think i want to own celgene and buy celgene right here. let's go to janet in ohio. >> caller: yes, we love you here in ohio.
at the debate. elizabeth warren stumbled when she was asked to name a republican senator with home she could work for. can you name some republicans in the senate that you're able to work with on big issues the country faces? who else could you name? >> that is a problem. ashley: that is a problem. senator scott brown drew a negative reaction when he was asked to name a model supreme court justice. >> justice kennedy. obviously very good and justice roberts. they are very qualified people. ashley: they will face off again next wednesday. the real clear politics polling average so far has him up by less than two points, a close race. a hollywood heartthrob falling out of love with president obama. ben affleck telling the associated press he had high hopes for then candidate barack obama in 2008 this is the president hasn't exactly lived up to his expectations saying i voted for obama last time although he got all things all people, now he's got a record which makes it nearly different. i obviously have more complicated feelings. he still expects obama to win but added he is more concerned the
in the country, the brown/warren battle, getsn uier in massachusetts. >>> and ann romney hits the late night circuit, sitting down with jay leno giviing her take on th 47% puhes. this is "thday run." t't our first reading on -- reads of the morning. president obama makes another trip to ohio. romneyefinitely needs to put e idtilants to put it away. >>> today romney is out with a straight-to-camera ad. the ad itself is a bit of an admission that the 478% comments have done serious damage and the attacks on his psonal wealth are also sinking in. take a look athe ad. pdeba a i both care about poor and middle-class fami families. the difference is my policies will make things better for them. we shouldn't measure compassion by how many peoplere on welfare. we should measureompassion by how many people are able to g of wfa good-paying job. >> worth noting, that's his first candidate-to-camera ad. this morning the obama campaign have another ad out hitting on the 47% comment. wmiomismissed oo ke 47% of americans for not pulling their weight, he attacked millions of hard-working people making $25,0
of lubrizol, the business warren buffett just bought. marsha pirro, president of cleveland indians. head of cleveland clinic. the list goes on. cleveland, open for business, all day long thursday. david: jody berg, vita-mix president and ceo. thanks for coming on. >> thank you. david: continued success. liz: see this film, a movie allows viewers to buy items right off the screen. dennis kneale joins us with the advertising game changing story. ♪ liz: the lead role played by target? yeah, target made its movie debut today. product placement meets online shopping. david: dennis kneale is here to fill us in. we're talking pretty big hollywood names, right? >> that's right. the film, falling for you, is marketing placement dream. stars kristin bell and show time's house of lies and icon photos of the products she uses and clothes she wear pop up in the right hand margin as you watch video. click on them and facebook friends and pinterest pals know you like the sweater and shower curtain and cosmetics and you can even order the stuff online. that is a key. that is dream of marketers a decad
and warren buffett got in a little while ago. nicole: you don't fight einhorn. going against that particular day. the competition is up and general
at that. up arrows across the board. david: ibm, you knew it was a pick when warren buffet went in there. today, look at this, an all time 10-year high at the top there trading at $210.43 per share. that was a 1.5% jump today. a nice big move by ibm. fed chairman ben bernanke says he does not see a recession coming. well, he's not alone. the economic data led other leading economists to say we are already in a recession. coming up, we'll ask famedded harvard university economists martin feldstein if we're in a recession. are we at risk in falling into one? we'll ask the great professor coming up. lauren: a good question. adt making the stock market debut today, but traders were not showing it love. a fix business interview, the ceo makes his case to investors. david: stay tuned, what drove the markets. major index sighs well off session highs following the federal reserve chairman ben bernanke's remarks. the dow and the s&p close in the green while the nasdaq landed in the re. consumer staples and health care were the best performing sectors. technology and telecom lagged. u.s. manufactu
? you just like the sector itself? >> we like the sector, yeah. >> okay. warren myers is there as well, i think, as the new york stock exchange. why the intensity of the selling into the close? >> i think we had an overexaggerated run up with quadruple expiration last week. we're due for a selloff. we had some negative commentary about the fed's policies and suspect nature of th
there in the environment. if that's the case, under the warren regulations, they have to give notice. it's 60 days in new york city as far as i know. >> jeremy, good to have you on the program. >> thanks, jeremy. >> excellent. take care. >> 45 minutes left in the trading day. we have the market down about 40 points on the dow jones. >> coming off the lows. good news. now you don't have to leave the house to buy wine. amazon will have it delivered right to your door. however, costco has cheap wine too. don't forget. will amazon dent costco with this move? we'll look at that coming up. >>> also, apple's surprising apology from ceo tim cook about the new map app disaster. would steve jobs have done that? we'll look at that coming up. >>> then, if a body is found buried in your front yard, will you move out? maybe not if it's the long lost body of jimmy hoffa. could make that home a landmark. that and more coming up on the "closing bell." stay with us. >>> certainly it was a solid third quarter for the stock market, but then you look at energy prices and how they fared. that's a different story. >> yeah, you
example of an alternative to the capitalist economic model in spain. >> first a word about warren buffett. derek and i think the contradictory mess of all of this is that play. i'm the one hand yes, there've always been people like him on the side of the wealthy of the big corporations who have a clear understanding that at a certain point it becomes dangerous to keep going in that direction. you cannot keep having a smaller and smaller number of people doing really well in a sea of people who have a harder and harder time. for a while they push it, but don't kill the goose that lays the golden egg in the end. so buffett is not the only one. there's a whole bunch of people like that who say that and have the courage or comfort of the security to say it. remember also the same worn faq says that is a major owner of the moody's corporation. in the moody's corporation was a central player in providing aaa ratings for securities we now know were worthless, are worthless, fraudulent and so on. and so, he has said he would himself admit a part of this system and drawn into many entities have br
like rick warren lead mission trips that sends thousands of americans around the world to bring comfort. american troops, the first on the scene of a natural disaster. an earthquake strikes, in haiti, care packages come from all over the world, but first from america, not far behind our presidents clinton and bush. too often our passion for charity as a people is tempered by our sense that our aid is not always effective. we see stories and cases where american aid has been diverted to corrupt governments. we wonder why year after year after year of aid and relief seem to never extinguish the suffering. why does it persist decade after decade? some of the disappointments are due to our failure to recognize how much the developing world has changed. a lot of the foreign aid efforts we put in place years ago were decided at a time when government development assistance accounted for 75% of the resources flowing to developing nations. today 82% of the resources that flow to developing nations come from the private sector, not the governmental sector. if somehow foreign aid can leverage tha
warren lead mission trips that send thousands of americans around the world and bringing aid and comfort to the poorest places in the planet. american troops on the -- first on the scene of the natural disaster. an earthquake strikes, haiti and care packages come from all over the world but they come first from america and not for behind, presidents clinton and bush. too often our passion for charity as a people is tampered by our sense that our aid is not always effective. we see stories of cases where american aid has been diverted to corrupt governments. we wonder why year after year after year of aid and relief seem to never extinguish the suffering and hardship. why it persists decade after decade. perhaps some of the disappointments are due to our failure to recognize just how much the developing world has changed. lot of the foreign aid efforts that we put in place years ago were designed at a time when government development assistance accounted for about 70% of the resources flowing to developing nations. today 82% of the resources that flow to developing nations come from the p
was a spokesperson for secretary of state warren christopher and then madeleine albright for about nine months. the media plays an absolutely indispensable role in our society. they ask the tough questions that need to be asked, and my experience is that journalists, whether tv journalists or print journalists, are very independent people. sure, "the wall street journal" or "at the new york times" may be owned by certain people, but the journalists into an independent job. on governor romney, he has been a very successful person i whatever he has done. very successful business career. i think he was a good governor of massachusetts in many wasted i live in massachusetts. but my own point of view is that he has had a tough presidential campaign. the 47% remark was very damaging to him, and foreign policy, of which i know a little bit, he does not have traction. he has not been able to articulate a really compelling view as to how he would lead to the station in a different direction on foreign and national security policy that president obama. he has the opportunity to do that and maybe he can
scott brown and elizabeth warren appear in the second of four televised debates, live on c-span. in virginia, house majority leader erik cantor debates army colonel wayne powell. then at 8:00 eastern, -- a debate for the open nebraska senate seat. that debate is live on c-span. >> it don't you think it's interesting that in all of these really tough times we talk about these big numbers, the house, the senate and the white house don't reduce their salaries? think about it. >> do you think they should? >> in a company, he would have to. everybody would. it never even comes up. the point being all the things, if that's the condition of our country, and it is, they need to set the first example of making the cut back for themselves. >> watch the entire interview with former presidential candidate ross perot on monday. he is interviewed by a "usa today"'s richard wolfe. he talks about how things have changed since he ran for president in 1992 and 1996. find the article in "usa today" on monday. >> next, the federalist society previews the supreme court's upcoming term that star
. stocks closing in successive lows. warren meyer is here. the market is saying impress me today. >> absolutely. look at the run-up that we've had over the last month or so. forced that up maybe a little bit farther than it should have otherwise. yesterday we get some negative talk about what the fed action is really going the mean. you see the pictures of all the protests over in spain and that puts a little worry in this market and that's why we've had to sell off. we had the housing numbers this morning, which missed expectations a little bit. i think that's going to feed on that negativity. >> what about all those underperforming managers? >> i think the few of them might have gotten in last week and now may be kicking themselves a little bit. it's tough. there's a lot of money on the sidelines. i think longer term, this is a place to put your money. i think we're in for a short-term -- some turbulence over the next month or so. >> i would have thought this is actually quite bullish. you just listed a lot of stuff that's been thrown at the market. i think for wall street to i
senate races we have been unable to fact check. we have a elizabeth warren and some of the claims there in the massachusetts race. we have not had the staff. >> i think your question want to e-mail sent by the campaign staff. we have a section devoted to viral e-mail and some of this stuff is amazingly delusional and we can't resist going after it. we signed up for and get the mails they send to their supporters. bass -- they tend to be the same messages over and over again that sometimes we have a bunk. sometimes they go over the top. we got one from the romney campaign -- i don't know what they were thinking, after the fed stood there and ben bernanke held a news conference saying they're going to go through another round of quantitative easing, printing money. the message to donors was this -- the "barack obama is at it again, spending your tax dollars per "two things about that -- the fed is reducing the deficit and making huge profits returning record amounts of money to the treasury as a result of all their previous quantitative easing. so the opposite of spending your tax d
to be selective. lately we focus almost entirely on presidential races. we love to fact check elizabeth warren, some of the claims on the massachusetts race, and we have not have the staff the reagan >> we have a section devoted to viral e-mails. i agree, we get the e-mails they send out to their supporters. they seem to be the same messages over and over again. sometimes they do go over the top, and just the other day we got one from the romney campaign. i do not know what they are thinking. they held a news conference saying they were going through another round of quantitative easing, printing money, so here goes a message to donors -- "barack obama is at it again, spending your tax dollars. two things about that. the fed is reducing the deficits. they are making huge profits return in record amounts to the trade. the fed is legally independent and run by a guy originally appointed by george w. bush. this was so completely over the top we decided we have got to do a piece of that, but pretty much these messages to true believers have got to exceed what we have already been debunked before w
priority bill the first year the legislature was a bill by senator pat warren who happens to be a democrat here in omaha. i chose his for my party bill. it puts in place here in nebraska a process whereby a citizen can challenge a rule or regulation to make sure it meets legislative intent. so i have always been concerned about rules and regulations. we need to look at something like that of the federal level. we need to use a committee process at the federal level. one senator is not going to be a to make all these changes on their own. but if you use a committee process and look at those rules and regulations that have a certain economic impact, that is a good way to start. here in nebraska we look at the dust. we have all heard about the farm dust and how really ridiculous that rule was. sen. kerrey mention the emissions of our public power plant that is of deep concern because in nebraska, we're so fortunate we have public power and glory electric rates. it helps us all as consumers, but also helps us to draw businesses to our state, to grow businesses. it is an advantage to come to n
answer the question, number one, i want to cut taxes for 95% of the americans. now, it is true, warren buffet, for example, could afford to pay more in taxes. >> we're talking about joe the plumber. >> in order to give additional tax cuts to joe the plumber before he was at the point where he could make $250,000. exxon-mobil, they can afford to pay a little more so ordinary families who are hurting out there, that they are trying to figure out how they are going to afford food, how they save for their kids' college education, they need a break. look, nobody likes taxes. i prefer that none of us had to pay taxes, including myself, but ultimately, we have to pay for the core investments that make the economy strong -- >> nobody likes taxes, let's not raise anybody taxes, okay. >> i don't mind paying more. >> businesses in america today are paying second highest tax rates of anywhere in the world. our tax rates for business in america is 35%. ireland, it's 11%. where are companies to go where they can create jobs and where they can do best in business? we need to cut the business tax rate
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